How to modify the default installation disk in Windows system

Time:2020-10-6

Some software do not provide a method to modify the software installation path, such as Chrome browser. Inadvertently, it was found that this method can be customized to specify the default installation path for everyone to share. In the future, you don’t have to worry about installing software like Chrome browser in places you don’t want to install

  • The first step is to open the registry

1. Press the windows key on the keyboard and enter regedit to open it (e.g.: [figure 1])
How to modify the default installation disk in Windows system
2. Shortcut key Windows + R to open and run, enter regedit and click OK to open (for example: [figure 2])
How to modify the default installation disk in Windows system

  • Step 2 open the registry of the installation path

Computer HKEY_ LOCAL_ MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersion

1. Copy and paste the above 1 to [figure 3] and press enter (or click to open step by step according to the path)
2. Modify the path address of [figure 3] 23 4
3. After the modification, it is recommended to restart and install Chrome browser to see if the modification is successful
How to modify the default installation disk in Windows system

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